NYCEDC publishes various reports on how to best position the City for growth.

  • Five Borough Food Flow

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    2016 New York City Food Distribution & Resiliency Study Results

  • Jamaica Now Action Plan

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    The Jamaica Now Action Plan builds on Jamaica’s historic legacy to sustain and enhance the neighborhood as a unique central business district that evolves as a livable, cultural, and attractive destination for residents and visitors.

  • 2013 NYCruise Economic Impact Study

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    Over 620,000 Passengers Spent More Than $140 Million in New York City Last Year, Exceeding All Other Continental U.S. Ports

  • Southern Manhattan Coastal Protection Study

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    The Southern Manhattan Coastal Protection Study looks at the technical, environmental, legal and financial feasibility of developing a multi-purpose levee on the East River as a coastal protection measure for Southern Manhattan.

  • Citywide Ferry Study 2013

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    A blueprint outlining potential expansion of ferry service in New York City that draws on new census data and ridership data from historic and recently implemented ferry services in the city.

  • Ferry Policy and Planning in New York City: Considerations for a Five-Borough Ferry System

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    A report to inform local stakeholders of best practices and lessons learned from implementing new ferry services within the five boroughs.

  • New York City Commercial Real Estate Competitiveness Study

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    A study of the New York City commercial office market in connection with the changing profile of the city’s economy.

  • Green NYC 2025 – Opportunities in Cleantech’s Digital Evolution

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    Find out how New York City stands poised to lead “Green 2.0,” the next generation of green and cleantech innovation.

  • A Stronger, More Resilient New York

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    Read the comprehensive plan that contains recommendations both for rebuilding the communities impacted by Sandy and increasing the resilience of infrastructure and buildings citywide.

  • Final Report: Solar Thermal in New York City: Opportunities + Challenges

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    Through this program, NYCEDC provided financial assistance to New York City-based building owners installing solar hot water (SHW) systems. Each system installed was equipped with performance monitoring equipment. Following installation of the four pilot program demonstration projects, system owners monitored performance and collected data over the course of one year.

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